100th Day of School Activities for Kids

It’s almost the 100th day of school! How will your child celebrate? Here are a few 100th Day of School Activities for kids to help celebrate this epic milestone.

 

Feeling Old?It’s almost the 100th day of school! Here are a few 100th Day of School Activities for kids to help celebrate this epic milestone.

Hundredth day shenanigans… get off my lawn! Dress the part of the centennial with a comb-over skull-cap or white wig, graying mustaches and eyebrows, and spectacles! Practice fun ‘old people’ sayings and actions with your child for a little added fun. Pinterest is a great place to find more Hundredth day ideas than you can shake your cane at!

 

 

Count It Out!

How much is 100? Let’s count the ways. Make 100 googly-eyed monster on a t-shirt. “Grow” a 100 button tree on a poster board. Print out Wally’s gumball machine printable and 100th day Glasses cutout printable (click the images to print) to fill with 100 dots, confetti or cereal pieces. Then wear or display his or her creation throughout the day.

100th Day of School Activities for Kids

Click to Print Counting Activity

100th Day of School Activities for Kids

Click to Print Glasses Cutout Activity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s almost the 100th day of school! Here are a few 100th Day of School Activities for kids to help celebrate this epic milestone.Hundredth Day Heroes!

Up, up and away! It’s the hundredth day! Making it this far in the school year is an amazing accomplishment for any kiddo. Show them that they are Hundredth Day Heroes by allowing them to dress the part! From licensed costumes such as Batman and Superman, to coming up with their own superhero with mix-and-match capes, masks, and even tutus, celebrate how amazing 100 days of education truly is!

 

 

It’s almost the 100th day of school! Here are a few 100th Day of School Activities for kids to help celebrate this epic milestone.Finishing Touches

Add celebrating 100th tableware such plates, napkins, and cups to snack time and 100 themed wearables such as sunglasses to show how bright the future will be. There are so many ways to celebrate the Hundredth Day of School. Happy 100th!

 

 

 

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Wally’s Valentine’s Day Things I Love

Looking for a fun activity for your classroom or to do with the kids at home for Valentine’s Day? Wally’s Valentine’s Day Things I Love Children’s Free Printable Activity Sheet is the perfect activity for this special holiday.

Give each kiddo a Valentine’s pen necklace or Heart Pencil to fill in what they love most. Wally’s Hint for Teachers: Make this free activity a part of the classroom celebration. You can also send a sheet home with each student to complete with his or her parents.

Looking for a fun activity for your classroom or to do with the kids at home for Valentine's Day? Wally's Valentine's Day Things I Love Children's Free Printable Activity Sheet

To keep the fun going, offer heart stickers and stampers as a way to decorate the sheet. Display on the bulletin board or on the refrigerator for everyone to enjoy.

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New Year’s Drinks Never Tasted So Sweet!

Tickle your nose as you toast a New Year with Champagne filled glasses loaded with cotton candy, rock candy, and Pop Rocks at your New Year’s Eve party! Wake up the next morning to a morning after drink that will surely put you back on your feet. Each drink packs a sweet, fizzy delight for everyone (of legal age) to enjoy! New Year’s drinks never tasted so sweet!

Cotton Candy Champagne Drink

Ingredients

Strawberry Cotton Candy
330 mL Perrier
Champagne Glasses

Directions

Fill a highball glass with cotton candy and pour Perrier into the glass.
Cotton candy will start to disappear, sweetening Perrier and turning it pink.

Tip: For fun, use different flavors and colors of cotton candy and serve at your next party.

http://princesspinkygirl.com/new-years-eve-drinks/2/

 

Rock Candy Champagne

Ingredients

Bottle of Champagne
Rock Candy
Champagne Glasses

Directions

Pour the Champagne into a Champagne glass and add your favorite flavor of rock candy.

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Butterbeer Jelly Shots

Ingredients

1 cup Crème Soda
2 envelopes plain gelatin
1/3 cup Vanilla Vodka
2/3 cup Butterscotch Schnapps
Colored large crystal sugar, for garnish, if desired
Serving platter

 

 

Directions

Pour soda into a medium saucepan and sprinkle with gelatin. Allow to soak for a minute or two.
Heat over low, stirring constantly, until the gelatin is dissolved (about 5 minutes). Remove from heat.
Stir in the vodka and schnapps
Pour into standard loaf pan (non-reactive metal or glass, approx. 9×5). Refrigerate until fully set (about 3 hours).
To serve, cut into desired shapes.
Immediately before serving, dip in colored crystal sugar, for garnish, if desired. Try using Pop Rocks for your crystal sugar garnish.

http://princesspinkygirl.com/new-years-eve-drinks/2/

 

The Morning After

Ingredients

2oz Rum
.5oz fresh lime juice
.5oz maple syrup
Angostura Bitters foam
Cups

Directions

Shake all ingredients and strain into a rock glass without ice. Top with Angostura Aromatic Bitters foam and add a light dusting of cayenne pepper.

http://princesspinkygirl.com/new-years-eve-drinks/2/

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‘Twas the Day Before the Christmas Party…

We are sharing a Wally’s Classic – ‘Twas the Day Before the Christmas Party

The Day Before the Christmas Party

‘Twas the day before the Christmas party, when all through the house
Not a person was decorating, not even a mouse.
The stockings were missing and the chimney was bare,
Everyone hoped that Wally would soon be there.
The kids were nestled all snug in their beds,
While visions of Christmas party decorations danced in their heads.
Mamma in her ‘kerchief and papa in his cap,
Had just settled in for a long winter’s nap.
When out by the dog house they heard such a clatter,
They sprang from their beds to see what was the matter.
Away to the window they ran like a flash,
Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash.
The moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow,
Gave the luster of mid-day to objects below.
When, what to their wondering eyes should appear,
But a bulldog and his team with their decorating gear.
With a big canine grin, so cute and jolly
They knew in a moment it had to be Wally.
More rapid than eagles his greetings came
And he barked and listed his decorations by name.
“A red foil centerpiece, shaped like a Santa hat,
To put in the middle of the table or at each placemat.
Red and Green paper lanterns to hang where you please
And Gingerbread garland that makes decorating a breeze.”
As I drew in my head, and was turning around,
Down the chimney Wally came with a bound.
A bundle of decorations he had flung on his back,
And he looked like a peddler, just opening his pack.
He spoke not a word, but went straight to his work,
And decked the halls, then turned with a jerk.
And laying his paw aside of his nose, and giving a nod,
Up the chimney he rose!
He sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
And away they all flew like the down of a thistle.
But I heard him exclaim, ‘ere he drove out of sight,
“Happy Decorating to all, and to all a good-night!”

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!

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Cut & Color: Holiday Stand-Ups Free Printable

Cut & Color: Holiday Stand-Ups Free Printable Christmas ActivityChildren love crafts almost as much as they love Christmas. When you put the two together you are sure to the perfect activity to keep the kids busy this holiday. The Cut & Color: Holiday Stand-Up free printable is the perfect Christmas activity!

 

Cut & Color: Holiday Stand-Ups Free Printable Christmas Activity

 

Print out several copies of the printable, grab colored pencils or stackable snowman crayons and scissors, and make Wally Claus and Rudolph a family Christmas activity. Set up a fun Christmas themed table with Christmas favors and a Christmas plate of cookies or other snack. Put on a Christmas movie or play Christmas music as you color and cut out your stand-ups. An adult might need to help with the more intricate cuts, and inserting the tab into the slot. Secure the tab with tape or glue.

 

When you are finished, place your Wally Claus and Rudolph stand-ups in your tree or on your fireplace mantle. Wally’s Hint: Light each up with a flameless flicker votive candle for a little fun.

Cut & Color: Holiday Stand-Ups Free Printable Christmas Activity

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4 Gift Rule Christmas Wish List – Free Printable

Keep your child’s Christmas Wish List (and your budget) under control with Wally’s 4 Gift Rule Christmas Wish List free printable. The four gift rule is a newer Christmas tradition with four simple rules: Something they want, something they need, something to wear, and something to read. Not only will it keep your child’s wish list in check, it will also help keep you within your budget.

Make this new tradition a family Christmas activity by sitting down and filling out the list with the kiddos. Grab a few stackable snowmen or Santa pencils to fill out the sheet. Wally’s Hint: Fill the table with Christmas stickers, holiday stampers, and holiday stencils to decorate the list when they’ve finished.

4 Gift Rule Christmas Wish List free printable

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When everyone has completed their list, either place next to the plate of cookies for Santa to see on Christmas Eve, or decorate envelopes to send to the North Pole. Join in on the fun and fill one out for yourself. Now for the next question: are you on the naughty list or the nice list?

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